Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Chirp Thee Knows On The Duh Faced??

Drive In to the Movie Feast on this the days of trip lives,
berth to the Act shin and grant that a lathe,
in shingle to the At dress for the form to Informal grape,
this harbor Jumps to the bounce on the bay Keep sheet??,

Does the Mind boar to the Horn on the Thorough door,
the Chute with a Shudder in a Term on Station at floor??,
should the Heel be so Out exit that Internet junks the Seed,
rounds on the Open to Apron strings on the Ankle??

Journal with the freeze in the Technique at a pause,
the shoe on the chain to the letters that Voice in the Media filed,
rank that drown as the Heavy,
flip the Switch to the skunk Other wide body SOR in.

Razors on the Curtain to that Cattle feed at Ball,
ring around the friction with Lights sighed at Sync,
pleat it Up at the Jaws touch the Oar once the Paddle fleet,
now on the Hour of that strap less stitch Who is flat??

For on the otherside of the World the Tax is shell,
beets on the Cucumber Mobbing to crate the Barrel,
as that is the Facial splatter What of the Rooster on the Know,
save the Stock to stern the Bell for a smile is the backdoor lights of Strobe??

Clause this gift with the In Car Nation of the Wheels go bolt,
screw to the Make on that Michelin Man on the skeet,
is the Valve inch to that bucket Fees,
shelves of Conversation stock the shoulders but How is the Paint??
get a lane Trans Fir a Tin shin and Board the thump Of a rabbits phone??,
all While the deer Pea is off dock to Calendar a Dime on the Quarter boom.

The World Squash on the Horror,
shall the prose dance the dye Add to track the Trainers on the Flew,
for on For Width it is play an Station Air ede,
twine the limb on the skirt does the Shirt vest to the Bust of a Muscle or a bumpy Tip,
is the bulge in the Mid-Section a Belt or the buckle exposure to the Roll of Coins,
that meant to express the Tack Tile in the swatch.

Pickle to Cucumber or Is it the Cabbage to the App. Pull Sauce on Conch,
for this is the measure of Welts death And Camels on the Drink,
elephants to coffee books with a binding leather of the foots Print to tact double tongue,
yolk Collar hames route with cobblestone special at the use up the fount,
the shed Tool is lets all find a glove,
will the reason that Freeway is divided  Is to recognize the direction of the Cheese,
but in action of the chips on the vase display it is both beveled and swain.

Eff Eh Oh Ssh^Warts

Sigh Burr MUN day to Call A duh is the Thanks for the trample on the Gift Hall a Brae,
in that this is a driven to the Win^Tree on the Avenue in the Oak of a lo Mop,
should the chart go to the Venue on the drive off A Last Call,
I bank Cue.

Ride my casual Cork to the bull a Tart,
twinkle list with the Hard Wire stand,.
creek that plow to the ankle on the snow Sale,
it is the brought or more on the IM^port A Wall Mart kits play,
sew as the Thread of Media channels on the House of shards Just are the littles!!!

Auto moe Shinned on the bought Tick its to Pick it a pen Sill,
down cast the eye Balls on the chains and the thick Its,
text to the Screen and Wine the glass to the Tempo,
be sure to Ad vista on the vote to Text the Tile a sure.

Deal the straight and More obvious Victual,
as the fodder on the ditch to the Actual of the steer in And of the gears Shaft,
to that is the Ice on the river file,
quest on the Foster Freeze with the Application to swing the despair,
less you do not ad to the Subbed Tract to trace the balm to a Cream on the fact or read back.

Heavy are the Whales to the grates,
wind Dole for the Ban Neigh nigh to Up the twitch on this a Clear lead clay,
footing to this Disk US in the America is burp Ping a sheal to Scope the guts Pole.

The Bat Told Bot A Pinch Hitter And Paved Right Off The In Are Eh At Date Clock Tax Field And Swing A Way!!

Once Upon a Store Read the tree be Gained the furrow,
the wrinkle Cold brow went to Hand and the Clock brought the bill,
as that is on the Powder of bull Lets term in Press,
sure the fry is on the bed Doom for that is Plaster per the lathe on Brain to mind in Came.

Sew there It was the twinkle,
sparkling on the sea,
round Commercial Media the Frank In Cents Tomb^Myrrh of Course the Feed.

Whisper kettle to the Pheasant with Kodak on the Film,
stitch to Time the Iron Rum a sync that grained Open stun.

The Colt to hoarse the Cent turn Red,
a blush to bank the Quilt,
thread as Fiber silks to Web,
spy Duhs on the lunge!!

Um mi sang it Tax ease,
the oi burr said its Frisbee,
baseball ran the pitch is to Home the divide,
in subbed Track to rinses,
the Soaps on box Is method,
operation get it,
message in the skid.

Skits on the Wells peak,
mountain Morse Code did,
bring to what was the letter on the lecture Corn!!

Field did put to Feat sports,
the writing left touch tripe,
baskets on the Coin lid,
blinking got the pip.

Rose was on the Desk chain,
talk be grained to Links,
running Watts to Light bulbs to An swerve at the Hit.

Did on the firm say Sewing Machine or was the In dust Treed,
did glow Bowl on the special State in Form May Shin Tier??

The Sconce was on the Side Bored,
the Trigger said its Hi,
silver got a Bride dull,
and saddles chore`d the Raid.

Should all the ladder Raise trip,
Elephants troubled Wall,
trophy on the Ant tell lope,
that Ivory is the Phone.

E. Remington and Sons

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
E. Remington and Sons
IndustryFirearms, mechanical consumer products (typewriters)
SuccessorRemington Arms Co.
Standard Typewriter Manufacturing Company
later Remington Typewriter Companyand Remington Rand
FoundedIlion, NYUSA (1816)
FounderEliphalet Remington
Area served
E. Remington and Sons (1816–1896) was a manufacturer of firearms and typewriters. Founded in 1816 by Eliphalet Remington in Ilion, New York, on March 1, 1873 it became known for manufacturing the first commercial typewriter.


Eliphalet Remington

Remington .46 Conversion display

The rifle barrel[edit]

There are two versions of the origin of the first Remington rifle barrel. One holds that the younger Remington wanted to purchase a rifle and lacked the money to buy one so he made his own. The other states that he forged a barrel from wrought iron to see if he could build a better rifle than he could buy.[1] Both versions have him taking the barrel to a gunsmith to have it rifled.[2]
Eliphalet II forged his first rifle barrel as a young blacksmith in 1816 and finished second place in a local shooting match with it. Despite not winning the match, he proceeded to make barrels to meet the growing demand for flintlock rifles in theMohawk Valley. With the completion of the Erie Canal, connecting Buffalo with Albany, commerce in the Mohawk Valley expanded remarkably as did the demand for rifle barrels.[3]
To meet the increased demand for rifle barrels, in 1828 the Remingtons moved their forge andfoundry from its rural setting to 100 acres (0.4 km²) of land they had purchased astride the canal and abutting the Mohawk River near a town then called Morgan's Landing (later Ilion), New York.[4]The move coincided with the elder Eliphalet's death, and Eliphalet II assumed control of the business.[5]

Becoming "E. Remington & Sons"[edit]

In 1839 Elipalet was joined by his oldest son, Philo Remington (to make the business "E. Remington & Son"), and in 1845 his second son, Samuel, also joined the company, afterwards called "E. Remington & Sons".[4] Remington's third son, Eliphalet III, would later join the company as well. During this period, the Remingtons specialized almost exclusively in the manufacture of rifle barrels. These barrels, marked with the distinctive "REMINGTON" stamp near their breeches, were recognized for their quality and reasonable price. Many, if not most, of the independent gunsmiths in the Mohawk Valley purchased completed (but not rifled) barrels from Remington and assembled them intofirearms custom ordered by their customers. As demand increased, the Remingtons added other parts to their inventory, first percussion locks made in BirminghamEngland but marked with their stamp "REMINGTON", and later sets of brass gun furniture, including trigger guards, butt plates, and patch boxes. After 1846, first martial longarm and thenrevolver production dominated the company's workforce.[6] [5]
In 1848 purchased gun making machinery from the Ames Manufacturing Company of Chicopee, MA and took over a contract for Jenks breechloading percussion carbines for theU.S. Navy. Remington supplied the U.S. Navy with its first breech-loading rifle. Remington supplied the U.S. Army with rifles in the Mexican-American War (1846 to 1848). Shortly after Remington took over a defaulted contract (by John Griffith of Cincinnati) for 5000 U.S. Model 1841 Percussion Mississippi rifles. Based on the success of filling these orders, subsequent contracts followed in the 1850s.[4][5]
In 1856 the business was expanded to include the manufacture of agricultural implements. Upon Eliphalet's death in 1861, his son, Philo, took over the firm during the Civil War, and diversified the product line to include sewing machines (manufactured from 1870 to 1894) and typewriters (1873), both of which were exhibited at the Centennial Expositionin Philadelphia in 1876.[citation needed]

Remington's typewriter[edit]

Sholes & Glidden Typewriter, 1876
On June 23, 1867 a patent was granted to Christopher SholesCarlos Glidden, and Samuel W. Soule for a "Type-Writer" which was eventually developed into the Sholes and Glidden typewriter, the first device that allowed an operator to type substantially faster than a person could write by hand. The patent (U.S. 79,265) was sold for $12,000 to Densmore and Yost, who made an agreement with E. Remington and Sons (then famous as a manufacturer ofsewing machines), to commercialize what was known as the Sholes and Glidden Type-Writer. Remington started production of their first typewriter on March 1, 1873 in Ilion, New York. The Type-Writer introduced the QWERTY, designed by Sholes, and the success of the follow-up Remington No. 2 of 1878 – the first typewriter to include both upper and lower case letters via a shift key – led to the popularity of the QWERTY layout.[7]

Successor companies[edit]

Remington Arms[edit]

Main article: Remington Arms

E. Remington & Sons supplied a large proportion of the small arms used by the United States government in the Civil War (1861 to 1865). On March 7, 1888, ownership of E. Remington & Sons left possession of the Remington family and was sold to new owners, Hartley and Graham of New York, New York and the Winchester Repeating Arms Company of New Haven, Connecticut. At which time the name was formally changed to the Remington Arms Company.[8]
Remington in addition was one of the most successful gun manufacturers in the world arms trade between 1867 and 1900, specifically through the export of the Remington Rolling Block action rifle. This single-shot, large-caliber black-powder cartridge rifle was exported in the millions all over the world, including shipments to FranceEgyptDenmarkNorwaySwedenBelgiumArgentinaMexico and thePapal States. It was an important gun supplier of small arms used by the United States government in World War I (U.S. involvement 1917 to 1918) and World War II (U.S. involvement 1941 to 1945)

Remington Typewriter Company[edit]

Remington Model 1892
In 1886, E. Remington and Sons sold its typewriter business to the Standard Typewriter Manufacturing Company, Inc. Included were the rights to use the Remington name. The buyers were William O. WyckoffHarry H. Benedict and Clarence Seamans, all of whom worked for Remington.
Standard Typewriter changed its name in 1902 to Remington Typewriter Company.[9] This company merged in 1927 with Rand Kardex Bureau to form Remington Rand,[10] which continued to manufacture office equipment and later became a major computer company, as well as manufacturing electric razors.

Arm Strong & Get Tee @ Talk An Ten Nigh

Just 'e' magazine to the computation of the words via a pencil on the type key of a wreath,
is the an^Gore^uh on the fact or the friction of a fact shins pew of the Pull pit to a date Figurine,
dollars on the Money Belt to zip Tide the chart to Anchor Chairs on Inn bee seas Propagation at slammed,
hammering to the box as the posture on the shoulder,
waited heavily to Ageless in the fixture of the Switch,
to hitter on the Base at the Oar of the boat In with the pine Knee to exit the Oak,
is that forest of Humanity sew tumbled to the Cast at the alka Jazz as the Apron of the Salve??

Well in the depth of defining a Work is the merit to Count,
abc One to three in that for Five enter Net on the basque Its ram,
next on the Nestle is the Chips or is it the branch of a platter on the Chinese Ancient gulp??

Air a bic To day is the Smoke or the Fag or the Cigarette to that 'e' Trade on the Oils,
make the Fore Heave to a skit,
now March the stoop over to the Porch of a deep Crayons shive,
as that Cross on the blank It to that Address of California black House on the skirt,
gosh the Darn of a Lions roar in the Memory,
I knew a Perk of the Collar.

After in that is the Circus of ankles Sir Prized to balance the Beam of thought to a Stein,
drink the Alice with a taste of base Wonder bread on the San Francisco Treat,
cable to the Car in the drive on the Tune,
its a zoo.

Skeleton Key to that is the hopper Hoe with a ditch to the pole Lit a coal,
what is the Payphone,
a dive or the Alcatraz of the cent to Heave the Mints with cauliflower bone??

Shall the dance swag to the skip,
hops on the Scotch,
than coin in the Pen knee word to the Outs on the in's of the skates,
the breast of Turkey form the stuff in with Apples and A now Pear priced.

Weavers on the Horse is Also called Cribbing,
at that is the Hour Angle of sigh fur to stole of the Waist in the leather of a hidden dee Tale,
fable with the Norse to Zeus or is it Oh den to that Product revolution on a Discovery of lens,
blink Ken to Troy Yip at the Coyote with the Wolf gull on the Dye know Soar,
its the Faster Faster Faster or is It the Fast Tin of the worth to the Victor of Vinyl Knoll??,
who What dare Tuck what DAT in the Vat or is it the Frogs fare a Moan.

Chugger Would Hal Call It The Ha Why Ease

Chew for Humanity has scattered the Dime for the roof on that platter of Dinner in the sigh,
as the choice piece in the tender Loin it hath chosen to tribe in the text Tile on the spout sherd,
as the staff rank is the inks on the Brain or the avenue of the conversation at in Ploy??,
to conversation on the flours off the butter Is the disk a Brush to tip Out as the but stalk,
to trough of soup the skull wrinkles Fowl to bust discuss shin on the Moons field,
land Ding Mars to branch on the sty.

Blinks have gone to scene,
wrists go to teak and the Men have dyed the Color read,
even on that skate the Ice in the brick is galactical in explain,
far from Wave to that beach of grit Sand.

Sandpaper Pipes to Tack tow back Co.,
anchor on the flash with a darn on the Extra shot to gun a Reed,
just at the Mow Mint the flip Pin coin is Hinge Pinion to full Carl at the burr gee*Hod,
touching Classic to the Brush Box with Al kay Duh on the heel of Floor A Duh to boxing Day,
did the daisy Chain to table on the Memo or was it the Duct,
tape Razor on the shred chaining the Beast to a Bed Practice on the Afghan A stan Knee an Pi,
collar the Sir Prized while Bare 'e' All to the Provide the gore with whiz Why's cheese!!

Twin brothers Albert and Ebenezer Fox each holding a hod

*Brick hod

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
brick hod is a three-sided box for carrying bricks or other building materials, often mortar. It bears a long handle and is carried over the shoulder. A hod is usually long enough to accept 4 bricks on their side, however, by arranging the bricks in a chevron fashion, the number of bricks that may be carried is only limited to the weight the labourer can bear and the unwieldiness of that load. Typically 10-12 bricks might be carried.[1][2]
Hod carrying is a skilled labouring occupation in the building industry. Typically the hod carrier or hoddie will be employed by a bricklayingteam in a supporting role to the skilled bricklayers. Two bricklayers for each hod carrier is quite normal. The hoddie's duties might include wetting the mortar boards on the scaffolding prior to fetching bricks from the delivery pallet using his hod and bringing them to 2x2 wide 'stacks' upon the scaffold that may then be easily laid by the bricklayers. The carrier needs to time deliveries of bricks with deliveries of mortar - also carried in the hod - to ensure the bricklayers maintain a constant work rate. On sites without premixed mortar, the mortar will also be mixed by the hod carrier. Bricks may be cut and assistance given to 'rake out' the mortar joints, if that form of coursing joint is required, or in repointing work. The baseline rate for a bricklayer is to lay 1,000 bricks a day, if the hod carrier is serving a team of two then he must move 2,000 bricks although it is not uncommon for experienced hod carriers to serve three bricklayers. The World Record for moving 500 bricks by Hod is 12 minutes and was set by John Logan, age 46, on 12 February 2011.[citation needed]